22.04.2014
I here what you are saying about womens ups and downs being normal but I also think our lady symptoms are getting more severe due to the un natural environments we live in and the typical western diet. I’ve had the same problem, my period stopped for three months and then lasted for six months , on September 26th2013 it stopped and now I feel dizzy when I walk and it scares me Dont know what to do. It sounds like you may be anemic due to an iron deficiency caused by having your period for so. I think sometimes our period might be trying to tell us something, but in some cases it might not be what we think. I have noticed if my exercise levels are up, and my diet is optimal, that I have far less discomfort during my period. But anyway, regarding PMS… yeah, I totally lose my edge for the week right before my period (and sometimes for 2 weeks before) but I begin to feel normal again as soon as my period starts, so I actually prefer the week of my period to the week leading up to it. And, whoever came up with that “Have a Happy Period” campaign can bite me no matter what my DefCon rating is! My little Earth Mother sister might be onto something.  Historically in many cultures women were given a break during That Special Time.


If you lose your period it could be because you’ve over-exercised (ahem), dropped your body fat too low (learned that lesson), have an underactive thyroid, are overly stressed or even have cancer.
I am almost considering this option because I am tired of the Rollercoaster, I have seen women on the PMDD forums saying that it works wonders.
The week after my period im super cheerful, very energetic and my sex drive is through the roof. So I asked my yoga teacher (another earth mother) about PMS stuff, and she said something similar- that basically your period is really hard on your body too, so to take a little time. Courtesy of the pill, I barely have any other symptoms, but the day before my period or sometimes on the first day, I feel deeply sad and dissatisfied with myself. I have to remind myself of this before I send off e-mails (because man, can I get defensive)! I definitely agree, women on their periods get treated like they have a terrible disease, and that is really unfair, since it’s a perfectly natural thing. If your period is irregular it can be a sign of fibroids, nutritional deficiencies, stress and (again) cancer.


I find that during the first day or two I have to spend a good amount of time sitting down or resting or else I start feeling like I have the flu.
I then even out for a while til the week before my period when i get sore boobs, a crankier mood and a low sex drive. I was on juliet pill and took ponstan prescription tablets at that time of the month for 10 years because I had such bad periods. But either way women were generally expected to be different during their periods. It was normal to not be your normal self. If your period is excessively heavy then you could possibly have polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, are overly stressed or (you saw this one coming) cancer. You’d treat it differently right before and after a hard race, so kind of do the same thing at your period.



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